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[texts]The medical advantages of Dr. Paige's perpetual electrometers and galvanic supporters : with directions for their use - Paige, A
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Keywords: Electric Stimulation Therapy
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[texts]Mental and physical electropathy, or electricity : its physilogical [sic] relations and medical applications - Paige, A
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Keywords: Electric Stimulation Therapy
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[texts]The electropathic guide : devoted to electricity and its medical applications - Paige, A
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[texts]Highly robust error correction by convex programming - Emmanuel J. Candes
This paper discusses a stylized communications problem where one wishes to transmit a real-valued signal x in R^n (a block of n pieces of information) to a remote receiver. We ask whether it is possible to transmit this information reliably when a fraction of the transmitted codeword is corrupted by arbitrary gross errors, and when in addition, all the entries of the codeword are contaminated by smaller errors (e.g...
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[texts]Mental and physical electropathy, or, Electricity : its physilogical relations and medical applications - Paige, A.,Dr

Keywords: Electrotherapeutics
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[texts]Inter-jurisdictional cooperation on pharmaceutical product listing agreements: views from Canadian provinces. (Volume 13) - Morgan, Steven G
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Confidential product listing agreements (PLAs) negotiated between pharmaceutical manufacturers and individual health care payers may contribute to unwanted price disparities, high administrative costs, and unequal bargaining power within and across jurisdictions. In the context of Canada’s decentralized health system, we aimed to document provincial policy makers’ perceptions about collaborative PLA negotiations...
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[texts]Implications of a high-definition multileaf collimator (HD-MLC) on treatment planning techniques for stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT): a planning study. (Volume 4) - Tanyi, James A
This article is from Radiation Oncology (London, England), volume 4.AbstractPurpose: To assess the impact of two multileaf collimator (MLC) systems (2.5 and 5 mm leaf widths) on three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy, intensity-modulated radiotherapy, and dynamic conformal arc techniques for stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) of liver and lung lesions. Methods: Twenty-nine SBRT plans of primary liver (n = 11) and lung (n = 18) tumors were the basis of this study...
[texts]Exclusion of eleven candidate genes for ocular melanosis in cairn terriers. (Volume 12) - Winkler, Paige A
This article is from Journal of Negative Results in Biomedicine, volume 12.AbstractBackground: Ocular melanosis of Cairn terrier dogs is an inherited defect characterized by progressive pigmentation of both eyes which can result in glaucoma and blindness. Pedigree analysis suggests the trait has an autosomal dominant mode of inheritance. We selected 11 potential candidate genes and used an exclusion analysis approach to investigate the likelihood that one of the candidate gene loci contained the...
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[texts]A Partial Gene Deletion of SLC45A2 Causes Oculocutaneous Albinism in Doberman Pinscher Dogs. (Volume 9) - Winkler, Paige A.
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractThe first white Doberman pinscher (WDP) dog was registered by the American Kennel Club in 1976. The novelty of the white coat color resulted in extensive line breeding of this dog and her offspring. The WDP phenotype closely resembles human oculocutaneous albinism (OCA) and clinicians noticed a seemingly high prevalence of pigmented masses on these dogs...
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[texts]Negative regulation of autoimmune demyelination by the inhibitory receptor CLM-1. (Volume 207) - Xi, Hongkang
This article is from The Journal of Experimental Medicine, volume 207.AbstractMultiple sclerosis and its preclinical model, experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis, are marked by perivascular inflammation and demyelination. Myeloid cells, derived from circulating progenitors, are a prominent component of the inflammatory infiltrate and are believed to directly contribute to demyelination and axonal damage...
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